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Student fee increases slated for fall

Student fee increases slated for fall

Ethan Metcalf

February 4, 2015

University President Jesse Rogers spoke about increasing student fees next fall to about 70 students at the first Student Government Association meeting of the spring Tuesday night in CSC Comanche Suites. Rogers said because the new residence hall slated to go up in the parking lots between...

Women’s soccer’s fate left in hands of others

Jessalyn Castro

November 1, 2014

The women's soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss against Angelo State University on Friday night at the last home game of the season, leaving its playoffs fate to the other teams in the Lone Star Conference. "That's the best team in the conference," head coach Damian Clarke said. With the loss against...

Last men’s soccer home game upsets with 2-1 loss to Eastern New Mexico

Last men’s soccer home game upsets with 2-1 loss to Eastern New Mexico

Jessalyn Castro

October 28, 2014

The men's soccer team played their last home game Friday night, and it ended in an upsetting loss against Eastern New Mexico University, 2-1, leaving the team's playoffs spot questionable. "We probably needed to win that one," head coach Doug Elder said. "Now we'll have to wait for some things to ...

Soccer dominates Southwestern Christian, 4-0

Jessalyn Castro

October 21, 2014

The men's soccer team set the tone early in the game Friday night against Southwestern Christian University when forward Len Smith scored off a cross from the left wing sent in by midfielder Ben Clarvis within the first 10 seconds of the whistle being blown. The mustangs dominated in possession over...

Athlete risks injury to play in rival game against West Texas A&M

Athlete risks injury to play in rival game against West Texas A&M

Jessalyn Castro

October 14, 2014

Wearing a walking boot didn't stop Kalen Ryden, mass communication senior, from playing against rival West Texas A&M Oct. 10. Ryden said his foot began bothering him two weeks ago and has been receiving help from the athletic trainers, so that he can recover from what they believe might be a ...

Freshman leads women’s soccer team in undefeated season

Freshman leads women’s soccer team in undefeated season

Jessalyn Castro

September 30, 2014

Starting forward on the women's soccer team Destinee Williamson, criminal justice freshman, is a major factor in the team's undefeated 5-0-4 start to the season, and it's only her first year on the team. The team has only made an undefeated start one other time in its history, and Williamson ha...

Women’s soccer shrugs off slow start to beat Lubbock Christian, 2-1

Women’s soccer shrugs off slow start to beat Lubbock Christian, 2-1

Jessalyn Castro

September 20, 2014

The women's soccer team continues its undefeated streak after coming back against Lubbock Christian University for a Friday night home win, 2-1. “We hadn't had to deal with coming back," head coach Damian Clarke said. "We’ve been in a couple games that were tight but for us to be behind...

Teams walk away from sports showcase with varying succcess

Teams walk away from sports showcase with varying succcess

Lauren Roberts

September 15, 2014

The Midwestern State University community were able to take in four sports Saturday when Cross Country, Volleyball, Men's Soccer and Football had home games. Cross Country warms up for season start The cross country team ran its first race of the season Saturday morning with its annual Stro...

Men’s soccer uses loss as motivation

Men’s soccer uses loss as motivation

Jessalyn Castro

September 2, 2014

Coming off of a sweet sixteen loss in last year's playoffs, the men's soccer team hopes to use that loss as motivation for a better season. “Us losing in the sweet sixteens is definitely a drive for us to work harder to have a successful season this year,” said keeper Nick Petolick, junior in ...

Soccer wins in Dallas

Lauren Roberts

August 31, 2014

The men's soccer team traveled to Dallas Aug. 30 for another tune-up against the academy-level players affiliated with FC Dallas at Moneygram Soccer Park, beating them 2-0. Head men's soccer coach Doug Elder said, "They [FC Dallas academy players] were hanging around in the first half. They are v...

Drought impacting MSU outdoor athletics

Samantha Forester

April 8, 2014

Drought Impacting MSU Outdoor Athletics from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The city of Wichita Falls has been feeling the heat from the tough drought restrictions. Kyle Owen, associate vice president for facility services, said those restrictions have forced the university to change some of its procedures. The...

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